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A Police School for Peking.

A Police School for Peking.

A correspondent, writing from Peking. says: At instance of Prince Ching, the Chinese Government has decided to establish a Police School in Peking. The Board of Revenue has been notified that $BO,OOO per year should be appropriated for running this new Institution. The Instructo
18 January 1902 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
_ I Chinese Tariff Ite—vision.

_ I Chinese Tariff Ite—vision.

----- Sir James L. Mackay, British Plenipotentiary. had his first interview with }I.E. Sheng Kung•pao, the Chinese Tariff Comnissioner, on the 6th inst. 'he Water Supply. It is notified in the Gmette that the &ter supply to the City of Victoria below tine Road, will be turned on
18 January 1902 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
Naval Yard Extension.

Naval Yard Extension.

In our report of the function at the Naval Yard Extension Works on the nth inst., we omitted to state that the first toast proposed was The King' by H.E. Major-General Sir W. .1. Gascoigne, K.C.M.G., the Officer Administering the Government. The tua.-t was drunk with musical hon
18 January 1902 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

HONGKONG CHALLENCE MIRED COMPETITION. RANGERN V. H.M.S. 'GLORY Quite the largest crowd that has patronized a faotball mach this season gathered round the ropes enclosing the Hongkong Football Club ground at Happy Valley on Saturday afternoon, the contesting teams being the Range
18 January 1902 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
FOOTBALL. Hongkong Challenge Shield Competition.

FOOTBALL. Hongkong Challenge Shield Competition.

RANGERS V. THE GLORY. -It TIE. Not for a long time has so much interest been evinced in a football match as in the meeting of the Rangers and H.M.S. Glory in the replay of their Shield tie. Between two and three thous spectators lined the ropes round th:. enclosure of the Hongko
18 January 1902 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
5,570,0901

5,570,0901

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18 January 1902 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
Dr. $145,:3ti3

Dr. $145,:3ti3

3i-12.0t) Frs. 81,303 on 31.12110 Dr. M,039 on 31.12 . 00 Dr. 1144,695 on 18•2101 Dr. £12,812 on 31.3.01 Dr. $13,211 on 31'12.00 $459,895 cpn 30601 TN. 51,113 on 301111 #22,063 ou 31 - 12110 Tl 4. 32,703 on 3112.00 #11,1198 on 3112'00 88,305 on 3112 . 01 T 4. 9,911 Oil 3112 . 00
18 January 1902 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
The Laud Office.

The Laud Office.

Mr Bruce Shepherd been appointed Land Officer for which he has already been deputy. Mr " absence, Mr 11. Officer, has been appointed Acting Land Officer and Official Receiver in Bankruptcy. An Unfriendly Deputy Removed. It is reported from Hankow (says the Shanyhai Mercury) that
10 February 1902 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
'"Wir-

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No. 1725.—Emitisin 10, 1002. Sunday Coaling. It it not ified in the atz•tfe that permits under thit Sunday Cargo Working Ordinance. Are not neeesskry in the case of ships aoiking hunker vial or liquid fuel foe the ship's consumption.
10 February 1902 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
°num MIA I tlunit that

°num MIA I tlunit that

MIA I that ious consideration. It might, however, be more advantageous to erect the Gymnsaiuin on this site, instead of encroaching on the lower playground. 18. The usual tables of Expenditure and Attendances are appended.—l h.tve the honour to be, Sir, Your most obedient want, G
10 February 1902 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China